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League Champion: Detroit Pistons

Most Valuable Player: Magic Johnson (22.5/7.9/12.8)
Rookie of the Year: Mitch Richmond (22.0/5.9/4.2)

PPG Leader: Michael Jordan (32.5)
RPG Leader: Hakeem Olajuwon (13.5)
APG Leader: John Stockton (13.6)
WS Leader: Michael Jordan (19.8)

Transactions listed are from July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989.
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July 1, 1988

The Los Angeles Clippers released Earl Cureton.

The Los Angeles Clippers released Tim Kempton.

The San Antonio Spurs released Ed Nealy.

The Washington Bullets released Frank Johnson.

The Charlotte Hornets released Clinton Wheeler.

The Miami Heat waived John Stroeder.

The New Jersey Nets released Dudley Bradley.

The Portland Trail Blazers released Charles Jones.

The New York Knicks waived Ron Cavenall.

The Golden State Warriors released Greg Ballard.

July 5, 1988

The Phoenix Suns signed Tom Chambers as an unrestricted free agent.

July 6, 1988

The Denver Nuggets signed Walter Davis as an unrestricted free agent.

The Denver Nuggets released T.R. Dunn.

July 14, 1988

The Utah Jazz released John Shasky.

July 15, 1988

The Golden State Warriors released Mark Wade.

July 18, 1988

The Charlotte Hornets signed Earl Cureton as a free agent.

The Charlotte Hornets traded Bernard Thompson to the Houston Rockets for Robert Reid and a 1990 2nd round draft pick (Steve Scheffler was later selected).

July 19, 1988

The Houston Rockets signed Mike Woodson as an unrestricted free agent.

The New Jersey Nets signed Anthony Bowie as a free agent.

July 28, 1988

The Charlotte Hornets signed Kurt Rambis as an unrestricted free agent.

August 1, 1988

The New York Knicks released Pat Cummings.

The Miami Heat released Kevin Williams.

August 2, 1988

The Cleveland Cavaliers signed Tree Rollins as an unrestricted free agent.

The Seattle SuperSonics signed Avery Johnson as a free agent.

August 10, 1988

The Los Angeles Lakers signed Orlando Woolridge as an unrestricted free agent.

August 16, 1988

The Atlanta Hawks signed Moses Malone as an unrestricted free agent.

August 17, 1988

The Charlotte Hornets signed Tim Kempton as a free agent.

August 24, 1988

The Philadelphia 76ers traded Albert King to the San Antonio Spurs for Pete Myers.

August 26, 1988

The Boston Celtics signed Ramon Rivas as a free agent.

August 29, 1988

The Phoenix Suns released Ron Moore.

The Los Angeles Lakers signed Kannard Johnson as a free agent.

The New Jersey Nets traded Dallas Comegys to the San Antonio Spurs for Walter Berry.

The Miami Heat signed Pat Cummings as a free agent.

August 30, 1988

The New Jersey Nets signed Kevin Williams as a free agent.

The Los Angeles Lakers signed Scott Meents as a free agent.

August 31, 1988

The New Jersey Nets waived Otis Birdsong.

September 7, 1988

The Washington Bullets signed Mike Williams as a free agent.

September 9, 1988

The Utah Jazz waived Melvin Turpin.

September 14, 1988

The Boston Celtics signed Ennis Whatley as a free agent.

September 19, 1988

The Seattle SuperSonics signed John Lucas as a free agent.

September 20, 1988

The Los Angeles Lakers released Wes Matthews.

September 22, 1988

The Chicago Bulls released Elston Turner.

The Chicago Bulls released Rory Sparrow.

September 23, 1988

The Washington Bullets signed Vincent Askew as a free agent.

The Philadelphia 76ers signed Scott Brooks as a free agent.

September 27, 1988

The Chicago Bulls signed Anthony Jones as a free agent.

The Chicago Bulls signed Charles Davis as a free agent.

The Chicago Bulls signed Ed Nealy as a free agent.

The Chicago Bulls signed David Wood as a free agent.

The Boston Celtics signed Ron Grandison as a free agent.

September 30, 1988

The Washington Bullets signed Dominic Pressley as a free agent.

The Miami Heat signed John Shasky as a free agent.

October 1, 1988

The Golden State Warriors signed John Starks as a free agent.

The Los Angeles Clippers signed Grant Gondrezick as a free agent.

October 3, 1988

The Los Angeles Lakers signed Mark McNamara as a free agent.

The New York Knicks signed Eddie Lee Wilkins as a free agent.

October 4, 1988

The Seattle SuperSonics signed Mike Champion as a free agent.

The Indiana Pacers traded Ron Anderson to the Philadelphia 76ers for Everette Stephens.

The New Jersey Nets signed Frank Johnson as a free agent.

The Milwaukee Bucks traded Jerry Reynolds to the Seattle SuperSonics for a 1990 2nd round draft pick (Steve Henson was later selected).

October 5, 1988

The Philadelphia 76ers released Mark McNamara.

The Denver Nuggets signed Wayne Englestad as a free agent.

The Indiana Pacers signed Richard Morton as a free agent.

The Sacramento Kings signed Randy Allen as a free agent.

The Denver Nuggets signed Clinton Wheeler as a free agent.

The Golden State Warriors signed John Stroeder as a free agent.

The Dallas Mavericks signed Bob McCann as a free agent.

October 6, 1988

The Sacramento Kings signed Ben Gillery as a free agent.

The Portland Trail Blazers signed Darwin Cook as a free agent.

The Atlanta Hawks signed Dudley Bradley as a free agent.

The Portland Trail Blazers signed Adrian Branch as a free agent.

The Washington Bullets signed Charles Jones as a free agent.

The Charlotte Hornets signed Brian Rowsom as a free agent.

The Atlanta Hawks signed Ray Tolbert as a free agent.

The Denver Nuggets signed Elston Turner as a free agent.

The Houston Rockets traded Cedric Maxwell to the Washington Bullets for Jim Grandholm.

The Atlanta Hawks signed Duane Ferrell as a free agent.

The Sacramento Kings waived Terry Tyler.

October 10, 1988

The Washington Bullets waived Mike Williams.

October 11, 1988

The Houston Rockets traded Rodney McCray and Jim Petersen to the Sacramento Kings for Otis Thorpe.

October 12, 1988

The Washington Bullets waived Vincent Askew.

October 13, 1988

The San Antonio Spurs waived Barry Sumpter.

October 14, 1988

The Houston Rockets waived Jim Grandholm.

October 17, 1988

The Charlotte Hornets released Sedric Toney.

The Los Angeles Lakers waived Scott Meents.

October 19, 1988

The Golden State Warriors waived Tony White.

The Houston Rockets signed Jim Grandholm as a free agent.

The Milwaukee Bucks signed Jim Les as a free agent.

The Golden State Warriors waived Keith Smart.

October 20, 1988

The Milwaukee Bucks waived Jim Les.

The Sacramento Kings waived Randy Allen.

October 21, 1988

The San Antonio Spurs claimed Keith Smart on waivers from the Golden State Warriors.

The Utah Jazz waived Eddie Hughes.

The New York Knicks waived Ken Bannister.

The Utah Jazz waived Ricky Grace.

October 24, 1988

The Detroit Pistons waived Chuck Nevitt.

The Miami Heat waived Nate Johnston.

The Los Angeles Lakers waived Milt Wagner.

October 25, 1988

The Utah Jazz signed Jim Les as a free agent.

The Portland Trail Blazers waived Darwin Cook.

The Seattle SuperSonics waived Mike Champion.

October 26, 1988

The Houston Rockets signed Chuck Nevitt as a free agent.

October 27, 1988

The Golden State Warriors waived John Stroeder.

October 28, 1988

The Golden State Warriors claimed John Fox on waivers from the Chicago Bulls.

October 31, 1988

The New Jersey Nets traded a 1991 2nd round draft pick (Randy Brown was later selected) and a 1996 2nd round draft pick (Jeff McInnis was later selected) to the Sacramento Kings for Mike McGee.

The Seattle SuperSonics waived Danny Young.

The Seattle SuperSonics waived Corey Gaines.

The Boston Celtics waived Ennis Whatley.

The Boston Celtics waived Gerald Paddio.

November 1, 1988

The Dallas Mavericks signed Terry Tyler as a free agent.

The Detroit Pistons waived Dave Popson.

The New Jersey Nets waived Anthony Bowie.

The Houston Rockets waived Jim Grandholm.

The Dallas Mavericks waived Bob McCann.

November 2, 1988

The Houston Rockets traded Joe Barry Carroll and Lester Conner to the New Jersey Nets for Tony Brown, Frank Johnson, Tim McCormick and Lorenzo Romar.

The Los Angeles Lakers traded Mike Smrek to the San Antonio Spurs for a 1990 2nd round draft pick (Tony Smith was later selected).

The Portland Trail Blazers signed Danny Young as a free agent.

The Atlanta Hawks waived Anthony Taylor.

November 3, 1988

The San Antonio Spurs waived Phil Zevenbergen.

The Miami Heat signed Rory Sparrow as a free agent.

The Los Angeles Clippers claimed Dave Popson on waivers from the Detroit Pistons.

The Washington Bullets waived Charles Jones.

The Denver Nuggets waived Clinton Wheeler.

The Golden State Warriors waived Steve Harris.

The Denver Nuggets waived Todd Mitchell.

The Miami Heat waived Andre Turner.

The Dallas Mavericks waived Jim Farmer.

The Miami Heat released Orlando Graham.

November 4, 1988

The Denver Nuggets signed Eddie Hughes as a free agent.

November 5, 1988

The Miami Heat signed Anthony Taylor as a free agent.

November 11, 1988

The San Antonio Spurs waived Keith Smart.

The San Antonio Spurs signed Darwin Cook as a free agent.

The San Antonio Spurs signed John Stroeder as a free agent.

November 14, 1988

The Los Angeles Clippers waived Dave Popson.

The Los Angeles Clippers waived Tom Garrick.

The San Antonio Spurs waived John Stroeder.

November 15, 1988

The Indiana Pacers waived Richard Morton.

November 17, 1988

The Los Angeles Clippers signed Dave Popson as a free agent.

The Los Angeles Clippers signed Tom Garrick as a free agent.

The Chicago Bulls waived David Wood.

November 21, 1988

The Chicago Bulls waived Anthony Jones.

November 22, 1988

The Golden State Warriors traded Jerome Whitehead to the San Antonio Spurs for Shelton Jones.

November 23, 1988

The New Jersey Nets signed Ron Cavenall as a free agent.

December 2, 1988

The Washington Bullets signed Charles Jones as a free agent.

December 4, 1988

The Miami Heat signed Clinton Wheeler as a free agent.

December 7, 1988

The Portland Trail Blazers waived Ronnie Murphy.

December 8, 1988

The Los Angeles Clippers waived Dave Popson.

December 13, 1988

The Dallas Mavericks waived Steve Alford.

The Utah Jazz waived Scott Roth.

December 14, 1988

The Chicago Bulls traded Ed Nealy and a 1989 2nd round draft pick (Ricky Blanton was later selected) to the Phoenix Suns for Craig Hodges.

December 15, 1988

The Boston Celtics signed Kevin Gamble as a free agent.

The Philadelphia 76ers waived Pete Myers.

The Golden State Warriors waived Shelton Jones.

December 16, 1988

The Milwaukee Bucks waived Mark Davis.

The Washington Bullets waived Dominic Pressley.

December 17, 1988

The Golden State Warriors signed Steve Alford as a free agent.

December 19, 1988

The Sacramento Kings waived Michael Jackson.

December 20, 1988

The New York Knicks signed Pete Myers as a free agent.

December 27, 1988

The New Jersey Nets waived Ron Cavenall.

The Phoenix Suns waived Winston Crite.

The Miami Heat waived Anthony Taylor.

The Denver Nuggets waived Wayne Englestad.

The Denver Nuggets waived Eddie Hughes.

The Miami Heat waived Clinton Wheeler.

December 30, 1988

The Detroit Pistons signed Steve Harris to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The Phoenix Suns signed Mark Davis to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The Charlotte Hornets waived Tom Tolbert.

December 31, 1988

The Miami Heat signed Todd Mitchell to the first of two 10-day contracts.

January 2, 1989

The Denver Nuggets signed Eddie Hughes to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The Golden State Warriors signed John Stroeder to the first of two 10-day contracts.

January 3, 1989

The Milwaukee Bucks signed Andre Turner to the first of two 10-day contracts.

January 4, 1989

The Utah Jazz signed Jim Farmer to a 10-day contract.

The San Antonio Spurs signed Scott Roth to a 10-day contract.

The Utah Jazz waived Bart Kofoed.

January 5, 1989

The Detroit Pistons traded Dick Versace (coach) to the Indiana Pacers for a 1999 2nd round draft pick (Melvin Levett was later selected).

The Philadelphia 76ers signed Shelton Jones to the first of two 10-day contracts.

January 8, 1989

The Los Angeles Clippers signed Dave Popson to a 10-day contract.

January 11, 1989

The Portland Trail Blazers waived Craig Neal.

The Miami Heat signed Kelvin Upshaw to the first of two 10-day contracts.

January 12, 1989

The Detroit Pistons signed Pace Mannion to the first of two 10-day contracts.

January 13, 1989

The Utah Jazz signed Eric White to a 10-day contract.

The San Antonio Spurs signed Scott Roth as a free agent.

January 14, 1989

The Phoenix Suns waived Mark Davis.

The Miami Heat signed Todd Mitchell as a free agent.

The Miami Heat signed Craig Neal to two 10-day contracts, then signed to a contract for the rest of the season.

January 15, 1989

The Milwaukee Bucks signed Mark Davis to a 10-day contract.

The Utah Jazz signed Jim Farmer as a free agent.

January 16, 1989

The Phoenix Suns signed T.R. Dunn to the first of two 10-day contracts.

January 22, 1989

The Dallas Mavericks signed Anthony Jones to the first of two 10-day contracts.

January 25, 1989

The Philadelphia 76ers signed Shelton Jones as a free agent.

January 26, 1989

The Milwaukee Bucks signed Mark Davis to a contract for the rest of the season.

The San Antonio Spurs signed Michael Anderson to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The Denver Nuggets traded Calvin Natt and Jay Vincent to the San Antonio Spurs for Darwin Cook and Dave Greenwood.

January 30, 1989

The New Jersey Nets waived Walter Berry.

January 31, 1989

The New Jersey Nets signed Bill Jones as a free agent.

February 2, 1989

The Indiana Pacers signed Sedric Toney to a 10-day contract.

The Houston Rockets signed Walter Berry as a free agent.

The Houston Rockets waived Tony Brown.

February 3, 1989

The Miami Heat signed Craig Neal as a free agent.

The Los Angeles Clippers signed Eric White to the first of two 10-day contracts.

February 5, 1989

The Phoenix Suns signed T.R. Dunn to a contract for the rest of the season.

February 7, 1989

The Milwaukee Bucks signed Tony Brown to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The New Jersey Nets signed Corey Gaines to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The Sacramento Kings signed Michael Jackson to a 10-day contract.

The Sacramento Kings waived Derek Smith.

February 13, 1989

The Seattle SuperSonics signed Greg Ballard to a 10-day contract.

The Philadelphia 76ers signed Derek Smith as a free agent.

February 14, 1989

The Houston Rockets waived Bernard Thompson.

The Dallas Mavericks signed Anthony Jones to a contract for the rest of the season.

The Atlanta Hawks signed Pace Mannion to the first of two 10-day contracts.

February 15, 1989

The San Antonio Spurs signed Michael Anderson to a contract for the rest of the season.

The Dallas Mavericks traded Mark Aguirre to the Detroit Pistons for Adrian Dantley and a 1991 1st round draft pick (LaBradford Smith was later selected).

February 18, 1989

The Sacramento Kings signed Michael Jackson to a contract for the rest of the season.

February 20, 1989

The Indiana Pacers traded Wayman Tisdale and a 1990 2nd round draft pick (Bimbo Coles was later selected) to the Sacramento Kings for LaSalle Thompson and Randy Wittman.

February 21, 1989

The Dallas Mavericks traded Detlef Schrempf and a 1990 2nd round draft pick (Antonio Davis was later selected) to the Indiana Pacers for Herb Williams.

The Indiana Pacers waived John Long.

The San Antonio Spurs waived Calvin Natt.

February 22, 1989

The Charlotte Hornets waived Rickey Green.

February 23, 1989

The Detroit Pistons waived Darryl Dawkins.

The Boston Celtics traded Danny Ainge and Brad Lohaus to the Sacramento Kings for Joe Kleine and Ed Pinckney.

The Detroit Pistons signed John Long as a free agent.

The New York Knicks traded a 1989 1st round draft pick (Byron Irvin was later selected) to the Portland Trail Blazers for Kiki Vandeweghe.

The Los Angeles Clippers signed Eric White as a free agent.

February 24, 1989

The Portland Trail Blazers signed Brook Steppe to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The Miami Heat waived Todd Mitchell.

February 26, 1989

The Seattle SuperSonics signed Mike Champion to a 10-day contract.

February 27, 1989

The New Jersey Nets signed Corey Gaines as a free agent.

February 28, 1989

The Milwaukee Bucks signed Tony Brown to a contract for the rest of the season.

The San Antonio Spurs signed Todd Mitchell to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The Portland Trail Blazers signed Clinton Wheeler to the first of two 10-day contracts.

March 1, 1989

The Milwaukee Bucks signed Rickey Green as a free agent.

March 3, 1989

The Sacramento Kings signed Randy Allen to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The New Jersey Nets waived Kevin Williams.

March 6, 1989

The Detroit Pistons signed Jim Rowinski to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The San Antonio Spurs waived Albert King.

March 7, 1989

The Atlanta Hawks released Pace Mannion.

The San Antonio Spurs waived Todd Mitchell.

March 9, 1989

The Boston Celtics signed Kelvin Upshaw to the first of two 10-day contracts.

March 17, 1989

The Portland Trail Blazers signed Brook Steppe as a free agent.

March 20, 1989

The Los Angeles Clippers signed Ennis Whatley to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The San Antonio Spurs signed Anthony Bowie to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The Portland Trail Blazers signed Clinton Wheeler as a free agent.

March 21, 1989

The San Antonio Spurs waived Petur Gudmundsson.

March 22, 1989

The Sacramento Kings signed Randy Allen to a contract for the rest of the season.

The Golden State Warriors signed Orlando Graham as a free agent.

The Miami Heat signed Dave Popson to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The Boston Celtics signed Kelvin Upshaw as a free agent.

March 23, 1989

The Sacramento Kings signed Randy Allen to a contract for the rest of the season.

March 27, 1989

The Los Angeles Clippers signed Rob Rose to a 10-day contract.

The Los Angeles Clippers signed Barry Sumpter to a 10-day contract.

The Charlotte Hornets signed Sidney Lowe to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The Los Angeles Clippers waived Greg Kite.

March 29, 1989

The Boston Celtics signed Otis Birdsong to a 10-day contract.

The Charlotte Hornets signed Greg Kite to a contract for the rest of the season.

The Charlotte Hornets waived Ralph Lewis.

April 4, 1989

The San Antonio Spurs signed Anthony Bowie to a contract for the rest of the season.

April 5, 1989

The Los Angeles Clippers signed Ken Bannister to a 10-day contract.

The Los Angeles Clippers signed Kevin Williams to a 10-day contract.

April 10, 1989

The Boston Celtics signed Otis Birdsong as a free agent.

April 12, 1989

The Miami Heat signed Dave Popson to a contract for the rest of the season.

April 14, 1989

The Los Angeles Clippers signed Ken Bannister as a free agent.

The Los Angeles Clippers signed Kevin Williams as a free agent.

April 15, 1989

The Chicago Bulls signed Dominic Pressley as a free agent.

April 18, 1989

The San Antonio Spurs waived Michael Anderson.

April 20, 1989

The Philadelphia 76ers signed Jim Rowinski as a free agent.

April 23, 1989

The Portland Trail Blazers waived Clinton Wheeler.

The Chicago Bulls released Dominic Pressley.

May 3, 1989

The Portland Trail Blazers waived Brook Steppe.

May 28, 1989

The Milwaukee Bucks traded Terry Cummings and a 1990 2nd round draft pick (Tony Massenburg was later selected) to the San Antonio Spurs for Greg Anderson, Alvin Robertson and a 1989 2nd round draft pick (Frank Kornet was later selected).

June 15, 1989

The Milwaukee Bucks traded a 1989 2nd round draft pick (Gary Leonard was later selected) to the Minnesota Timberwolves. Minnesota agreed to select Mark Davis in the expansion draft.

The Orlando Magic drafted Mark Acres from the Boston Celtics in the NBA expansion draft.

The Minnesota Timberwolves drafted Gunther Behnke from the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA expansion draft.

The Orlando Magic drafted Terry Catledge from the Washington Bullets in the NBA expansion draft.

The Minnesota Timberwolves drafted Tyrone Corbin from the Phoenix Suns in the NBA expansion draft.

The Minnesota Timberwolves drafted Mark Davis from the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA expansion draft.

The Orlando Magic drafted Jim Farmer from the Utah Jazz in the NBA expansion draft.

The Orlando Magic drafted Sidney Green from the New York Knicks in the NBA expansion draft.

The Orlando Magic drafted Frank Johnson from the Houston Rockets in the NBA expansion draft.

The Minnesota Timberwolves drafted Steve Johnson from the Portland Trail Blazers in the NBA expansion draft.

The Minnesota Timberwolves drafted Shelton Jones from the Philadelphia 76ers in the NBA expansion draft.

The Orlando Magic drafted Keith Lee from the New Jersey Nets in the NBA expansion draft.

The Minnesota Timberwolves drafted Brad Lohaus from the Sacramento Kings in the NBA expansion draft.

The Minnesota Timberwolves drafted Rick Mahorn from the Detroit Pistons in the NBA expansion draft.

The Minnesota Timberwolves drafted Maurice Martin from the Denver Nuggets in the NBA expansion draft.

The Orlando Magic drafted Jerry Reynolds from the Seattle SuperSonics in the NBA expansion draft.

The Minnesota Timberwolves drafted David Rivers from the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA expansion draft.

The Minnesota Timberwolves drafted Scott Roth from the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA expansion draft.

The Orlando Magic drafted Scott Skiles from the Indiana Pacers in the NBA expansion draft.

The Orlando Magic drafted Otis Smith from the Golden State Warriors in the NBA expansion draft.

The Orlando Magic drafted Reggie Theus from the Atlanta Hawks in the NBA expansion draft.

The Orlando Magic drafted Sam Vincent from the Chicago Bulls in the NBA expansion draft.

The Minnesota Timberwolves drafted Eric White from the Los Angeles Clippers in the NBA expansion draft.

The Orlando Magic drafted Morlon Wiley from the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA expansion draft.

June 16, 1989

The Golden State Warriors released Orlando Graham.

The Golden State Warriors released Ben McDonald.

The Golden State Warriors released John Starks.

June 23, 1989

The Golden State Warriors signed Sarunas Marciulionis as a free agent.

June 24, 1989

The New Jersey Nets traded Buck Williams to the Portland Trail Blazers for Sam Bowie and a 1989 1st round draft pick (Mookie Blaylock was later selected).

June 26, 1989

The Chicago Bulls traded Brad Sellers to the Seattle SuperSonics for a 1989 1st round draft pick (B.J. Armstrong was later selected).

June 27, 1989

The Golden State Warriors traded a 1989 1st round draft pick (Dana Barros was later selected) to the Seattle SuperSonics for a 1990 1st round draft pick (Gary Payton was later selected).

The Chicago Bulls traded a 1993 2nd round draft pick (Mike Peplowski was later selected) to the Seattle SuperSonics. Seattle agreed not to select B.J. Armstrong with the 16th or 17th pick in the 1989 draft.

The Chicago Bulls traded Dave Corzine to the Orlando Magic for a 1990 2nd round draft pick (Toni Kukoc was later selected) and a 1992 2nd round draft pick (P.J. Brown was later selected).

The Charlotte Hornets traded Dyron Nix to the Indiana Pacers for Stuart Gray.

The Detroit Pistons traded Kenny Battle and Micheal Williams to the Phoenix Suns for Anthony Cook.

June 30, 1989

The Portland Trail Blazers released Anthony Mason.